I am a masters student in The Department of Computer Science at The University of Maine in Orono.
My computer related interests include GNU/Linux and open source, high performance computing, operating systems and architecture, artificial intelligence, databases, networking, graphics, security, and computational biology.
Some of my skills include perl, C, C++, Java, ruby, MPI, Haskell, Common Lisp, UNIX, FORTRAN, OpenGL, DirectX, and many other interesting languages, APIs, and tools, including, believe it or not, some work with COBOL.
I am a student member of the ACM and acted as secretary for the UMaine chapter for two years during my undergraduate career. Also, I am currently a participant in the UMaine ACM chapter activities, though to a lesser extent than I was as secretary.
I am an active guitar player and am teaching myself the piano and violin. I enjoy photography, video games, reading, and film in my spare time.
If you can't do it in Fortran, do it in assembly language. If you can't do it in assembly language, it isn't worth doing.
Teddy Bear Junction: the worst scum-hole in the galaxy.
I wonder where he went with all those balloons. That crazy dog must have looked like a party with legs.